Jacki Earp, Weymouth, Massachusetts

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Researching the DRAKE/EASTMAN/SMITH line on my mother's side; and the EARP/TRENT line on my father's side. My family are the Cook's and Baker's, they were butchers. Yup, Market St in Little Cambridge.

Wed 9/9/2020 9:16 AM: There are many, many profile owners that don't understand about the re-interments. Can there be a field added up top, under the death date for the date of interments? This would stop the re-interment dates from being entered into the death date, which are general 10-20 years off.

Abt the family books: Ok, so the Library of Congress has those books, prob because of the copywrites, but has anybody noticed that these books have the exact birth, marriage, and death dates that are missing from county records? So it's obvious, there wasn't a fire. If the families aren't able to give back all those vitals, then the books should be treated as vitals. This info was protected by our government, it should not be bought nor sold. The government, I'm sure paid handsomely to get these books digitized, the government gets its monies from the tax payers. So now, if the families fight to lock up this information, that has an executive order to turn in these vitals, they must either give back those vitals, or pay back those monies. Our National Deficit could stand the help.

Why are the DAR books locked up? The Library of Congress contracted them? Or did the DAR? Why is Google claiming ownership of these books?

25 Sep 2020: Internet Archive books are now back to "one word search", which is near impossible. Just more trickery. Just find a word within that paragraph that looks as if it won't be duplicated over and over again in the book. It will limit the amount of suggestions that comes back. Does the Library of Congress know you play these games?

I use the edit section to talk to somebody about a memorial they have made. Other than that, I do use email. Pls don't abuse my comment section. If I knew how to shut it down, I would.


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